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    • Item number: 24-1300
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-921. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 10th Song, 24-1300, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12423
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    • Item number: 24-1301
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-922. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 11th Song, 24-1301, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12424
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    • Item number: 24-1302
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Restricted. (Access only by depositor permission. Email scoil-ling@berkeley.edu to inquire.)
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog note: "For musical transcription see Kroeber papers (Carton 10)." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-923. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 12th Song, 24-1302, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12425
    • Item number: 24-1291
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Restricted. (Access only by depositor permission. Email scoil-ling@berkeley.edu to inquire.)
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog note: "Musical transcriptions (by Kretschmer and by Herzog) among Kroeber papers (Carton 10). Further notes also there (Carton 4; Notebook 87, p. 38)." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-912. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 1st Song, 24-1291, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12414
    • Item number: 24-1292
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-913. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 2nd Song, 24-1292, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12415
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    • Item number: 24-1293
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-914. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 3rd Song, 24-1293, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12416
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    • Item number: 24-1294
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-915. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 4th Song, 24-1294, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12417
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    • Item number: 24-1295
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-916. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 5th Song, 24-1295, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12418
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    • Item number: 24-1296
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-917. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 6th Song, 24-1296, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12419
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    • Item number: 24-1297
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-918. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 7th Song, 24-1297, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12420
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    • Item number: 24-1298
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-919. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 8th Song, 24-1298, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12421
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    • Item number: 24-1299
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Museum (14- Catalogue) note: "These 12 songs thought to be originally Yuma. The singer learned the series from Hathoilye, a Yuma recently dead, but does not know the story or words of song." Keeling catalog cites Kroeber (1925:766): "In addition to Tumanpa Vanyume, the Mohave follow several other foreign singings. Chiyere, 'Birds' (that is, in general), was learned by one or more individuals from the Yuma. They are said not to know the story. The rattle is used and the songs can be danced to." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 13, side B. Original cylinder 14-920. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Chiyere ("Birds") Song, 9th Song, 24-1299, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12422
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    • Item number: 24-1372
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Keeling catalog note: "The instrument is called 'wilwil' in the Mohave language, and its music is described in Herzog (1928:188-189)." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 15, side B. Original cylinder 14-994. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Courting tune, played at night, 24-1372, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12495
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    • Item number: 24-1371
    • Date: 1908 March
    • Contributors: A.L. Kroeber (researcher), Guy Howard (consultant)
    • Language: Mojave
    • Availability: Online access by request.
    • Description: Keeling catalog note: "The instrument is called 'wilwil' in the Mohave language, and its music is described in Herzog (1928:188-189)." Distributed on California Indian Music Project, Southeast region, tape 15, side B. Original cylinder 14-993. 150 speed.
    • Collection: The Alfred L. Kroeber collection of American Indian sound recordings
    • Repository: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
    • Preferred citation: Flute piece entitled "Yuma's Crying", 24-1371, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, http://cla.berkeley.edu/item/12494
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